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Rose Center Theater
14140 All American Way (formerly Monroe St.) Westminster, CA 92683
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Parking was mostly handicapped in front of theatre and parking on the streets was mostly filled up. Court parking nearby was mostly open but a bit too dark since temporary lighting (on wheels) was not on.
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The weather was mostly casual. I didn't see anyone really dressed up, but I didn't see any sloppy dresser either like sweats or raggedy jeans/T-Shirts.. I wore casual business attire straight from work (slacks and nice blouse)..
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8 reviews
4 stars
attended Jan 07 2012

Had a terrific time. Thoughroughly enjoyed ourselves. This is the second event I've attended here, and the Rose Theater is quickly becoming one of my favorite places to go. This was particularly enjoyable because the music was performed live as...continued

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30 reviews
7 stars
attended Jan 07 2012

Voices were absolutely wonderful. Overall the show was great!

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5 reviews
8 stars
attended Jan 07 2012

Play was only OK but definitely memorable, we arrived late as the play was about to start and were seated, it seems, back stage.

That probable would've been okay except the seats were hard, uncomfortable, wooden folding chairs, but on the plus...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Flaherty gives us a silky, romantic, melodious score, and Ahrens’ lyrics are dependably intelligent and poetic.” —_Pittsburgh Tribune-Review _
“Flaherty and Ahrens remain one of the most talented teams of contemporary musical theater dramatists in the field.” —Variety


What better way to ring in the new year than with a great laugh. _T__he Glorious Ones_, a musical from the Tony Award-winning writers of Ragtime and Seussical, was hailed by the New York Times as “a valentine to the actor’s life.” Both slapstick and serious, the show follows the first commedia dell’arte troupe as they search for immortality and love, on a journey that leads right to present day. Playing for only five performances in a black-box theater setting, Rose Center Theater presents The Glorious Ones.

Also Rose Center Theater invites you to a special presentation of The Glorious Ones on January 6th, as they host a post-show gala with hors d’oeuvres, drinks, and a chance to mingle with the cast.